A word about “Kleptomaniac Choirmasters.”
Sacred Music Colloquium
Alongside many familiar faces, several new presenters are joining the faculty this year.
The CMAA will offer a virtual version of its annual, week-long workshop.
A lunch-time conversation at Sacred Music Colloquium 2017 in St. Paul, MN
Summer 2017 looks to be a blockbuster period for sacred music activity.
A new chant workshop in upstate New York in June 2017.
Reflections on Offering a Colloquium Mass
The Organic Development of the Liturgy and the New Music Breakouts
Explanatory Images from Wilko Brouwers
A concert of early music by the ensemble “Pro-Arte Saint Louis”
I never dreamed that so many people love this stuff…and are willing to fight for it!
“The manifold possibilities of the organ remind us of the immensity and the magnificence of God.” (Pope Benedict XVI)
“Adventus Dona” in the Diocese of San Diego
When we come to church, there should be no question whether we are in a church or in a coffeehouse or in a multipurpose gym.
How to Experience Colloquium XXIV Belatedly and From Afar
The Glories of A Single Proper
“Minding the Gap” — Organ Improvisation
Resources for Accompanying Gregorian Chant
All the things I love about the Colloquium experience are here in force: an extraordinary faculty, magnificent liturgies, good fellowship, etc.
A Thought from Evelyn Waugh